Originally Posted by Windows X
It's snake-oil when you pile up your money onto it and I don't see why grabbing old code from AOSP is the same reason as buying $xk cables. I'm also 100% confidence that you didn't even try any single file before posting, did you? Even Voodoo Sound doesn't have every feature must checked and I never butt in saying which shouldn't be used. Let alone extreme stuff out of this OK? I'm not stupid enough to not realize it can't work properly as stable framework.
This is exactly the reason why I'm staying out of this kind of thread. It quickly escalates in a childish battle with absolutely no way to end it because there's no scientific testing that has been done.
It's equally as funny as making an amp that goes to "11", simply because 11 is higher than 10, thus should be louder.
And no, I did not test any of these files, I do not use my Nexus S for listening to music. I am not targetting you in any personal way, I am not an audio engineer, audiophile from a higher sphere or super hero in disguise.
I am simply stating that until actual change to certain numerical values are pinpointed as having an improving factor on audio quality, it's hard to believe something is not snake oil.
Blind tests are your friend, here.
Also as I said, to each their own.